Just a few hours to the debut on the global market of the new ViewFinity S8 professional monitors, made by Samsung with attention to the eye care, the environment, and the faithful rendering of the coloristic aspect.
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After having dedicated itself to the world of revelers, Samsung solomonically has also attracted professionals, and in particular the world of creatives, and designers, with the new S8 premium monitors of the ViewFinity series, aimed at extending the concept of visualization towards infinity. , so that those who create can make the most of their ideas.
The ViewFinity S8 displays, arriving on the global market by the end of this month, are first of all made with great attention to the environment, since they involve the use of recycled plastic from the ocean floor and considered the Samsung Eco energy saving system. Savings Plus which reduces the brightness to the black pixels leading to a power saving of up to 10%. Another cornerstone of the product turned out to be attention to the health and comfort of users.
The matte display treatment reduces reflections, making the use of a lens hood superfluous, while Adaptive Picture technology (which has earned TUV Rheinland’s Intelligent Eye Care certification) takes care of “automatically adjusting the brightness and color temperature based on to the conditions of the room “: there is not even an anti-flicker technology (Flicker Free) and the possibility of making adjustments in height, rotation and for use in vertical (Pivot).
In terms of ports, in the Samsung Infinity S8 displays, there are one for Ethernet, a USB 3.0 Type-A, a DisplayPort 1.2, an HDMI 2.0, and a USB Type-C, with support for video signals, for fast transfer data at 10 Gbps and recharging – at 90W – of any connected devices.
Moving on to the central element, or the display, the latter is an IPS LCD panel expected in the diagonals of 27, for the S27B800PXE (720,000 won, about 529 euros). and 32-inch, for the 32B800PXE (currently priced in South Korea at 820,000 won or about 603 euros), both variants have a 4K resolution, so at 3,840 x 2,160 pixels, they support HDR10, they have 5 ms as a response, but only 60 Hz as a refresh rate, they cover the DCI-P3 color gamut at 98% and are Pantone validated (as they are capable of rendering 110 shades of skin and over 2,000 colors in a faithful and authentic way).
To differentiate the two Samsung ViewFinity S8 monitors, in the 27 and 32 ”diagonals, is the brightness. In the small model, the minimum brightness is 320 nits against the 280 of the large one: both iterations have a typical brightness of 350 nits, but the first, as per VESA DisplayHDR 400 certification, has its peak at 400 nits, while the second, as per DisplayHDR 600, it achieves 600 nits.